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Simple metaphor to easily understand and remember how token-based authentication works

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In this modern era, software is often using token-based authentication so that parts of the software can be isolated as stateless processes. Although this is a great practice and allows for highly scalable software, it increases the complexity for us, front-e…

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How I feel about Angular 2

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A few weeks ago I was privileged to spend time with Pascal Precht while he was preparing his talk for NG-NL on Angular 2 change detection. We spent hours and hours figuring out how change detection works. The more we examined the Angular 2 source code, the m…

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How to configure your AngularJS application using environment variables

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Most AngularJS applications contain logic. And thus most AngularJS applications typically have a config, containing things like: the url of the API to communicate with the base url of the application whether or not to output debug logging etc. Until recently …

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How to properly integrate non-AngularJS libraries in your AngularJS application

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There may be times when you need to use a non-AngularJS library such as lodash or underscore in your AngularJS application. If you use a bundler like JSPM, webpack or browserify, you can simply include the library in your bundle. But what if you need to load…

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How I optimized Minesweeper using Angular 2 and Immutable.js to make it insanely fast

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In my previous article I showed you how to build Minesweeper using Angular 2 and Immutable.js. You can try out the game right here. One thing that bugged me is that it turned out to be slow on mobile. After all we are using Angular 2, which is supposed to be …

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How to build Minesweeper using Angular 2 and Immutable.js

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This is the first in a series of articles on Angular 2. If you want me to send you a quick note when a new article is available, just leave your email at the bottom of the article or follow me on Twitter. After watching Christian Johansen's talk on Immutable …